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4th Nov '15 6:09:49 PM Trogdor
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* {{Confirmed}}. http://doctorwhotv.co.uk/new-series-7-part-2-details-46548.htm
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* {{Confirmed}}.Confirmed. http://doctorwhotv.co.uk/new-series-7-part-2-details-46548.htm
4th Nov '15 6:08:14 PM Trogdor
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[[WMG: Strax speaks fluent horse.]] * Strax, being part of a warrior race, taught himself how to speak horse in case he ever wound up riding one into battle. In "The Crimson Horror", when he prepares to execute a horse, he genuinely understands what the horse is saying, but he hasn't stopped to think about whether or not it can understand him.
2nd Jul '15 12:02:45 AM Leftywright
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[[WMG: the clara duplicates don't just appear out of nowhere when they enter the timeline]] They're born, and this supports the idea that CAL is another clara, as they don't all have the same names, or CAL could be a descendant of another clara OR spacial genetic multiplicity like with Gwen and Gwynneth... which would make CAL basically a clone of a clara duplicate.
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[[WMG: the clara The Clara duplicates don't just appear out of nowhere when they enter the timeline]] They're born, and this supports the idea that CAL is another clara, as they don't all have the same names, or CAL could be a descendant of another clara Clara OR spacial genetic multiplicity like with Gwen and Gwynneth... which would make CAL basically a clone of a clara Clara duplicate.
2nd Jul '15 12:02:12 AM Leftywright
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*** Maybe 1892 is the closest he can get.
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*** Maybe 1892 is the closest he can get.get. [[WMG: the clara duplicates don't just appear out of nowhere when they enter the timeline]] They're born, and this supports the idea that CAL is another clara, as they don't all have the same names, or CAL could be a descendant of another clara OR spacial genetic multiplicity like with Gwen and Gwynneth... which would make CAL basically a clone of a clara duplicate.
28th Sep '14 4:14:12 PM The9thTroper
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** But why not materialise closer? Like the 1920s?
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** But why not materialise closer? Like the 1920s?1920s? ***Maybe 1892 is the closest he can get.
14th Aug '14 3:36:59 PM MrThorfan64
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[[WMG: One of the reasons that the Doctor chose the Victorian age to retire in the episode ''The Snowmen'' is that he was planning to get around the time paradox so he could see Amy and Rory again.]] Remember the Eleventh Doctor is quite possibly the longest lived version of the Doctor; it would be relatively ease for him to wait from 1892 until the late 1930's as that's ''only'' forty years.
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[[WMG: One of the reasons that the Doctor chose the Victorian age to retire in the episode ''The Snowmen'' is that he was planning to get around the time paradox so he could see Amy and Rory again.]] Remember the Eleventh Doctor is quite possibly the longest lived version of the Doctor; it would be relatively ease for him to wait from 1892 until the late 1930's as that's ''only'' forty years.years. ** But why not materialise closer? Like the 1920s?
8th Jul '14 11:36:13 PM MrThorfan64
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Why doesn't she have the name? Possibly her father was the heir, but as a bastard didn't know his legacy. Or possibly her mother was the heir and took her husbands name when she married.
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Why doesn't she have the name? Possibly her father was the heir, but as a bastard didn't know his legacy. Or possibly her mother was the heir and took her husbands name when she married.married. [[WMG: One of the reasons that the Doctor chose the Victorian age to retire in the episode ''The Snowmen'' is that he was planning to get around the time paradox so he could see Amy and Rory again.]] Remember the Eleventh Doctor is quite possibly the longest lived version of the Doctor; it would be relatively ease for him to wait from 1892 until the late 1930's as that's ''only'' forty years.
25th Jun '14 7:10:50 AM TheWildWestPyro
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'''WARNING! THERE MAY BE UNMARKED SPOILERS!'''
2nd Jun '14 2:34:37 AM StFan
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[[WMG:The cubes from "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E04ThePowerOfThree The Power of Three]]" imitate their surroundings.]]
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[[WMG:The cubes from "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E04ThePowerOfThree The [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E4ThePowerOfThree "The Power of Three]]" Three"]] imitate their surroundings.]]

[[WMG:Journey To the Centre of the TARDIS will involve something imprisoned in the TARDIS breaking out]]
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[[WMG:Journey To [[WMG:"Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS TARDIS" will involve something imprisoned in the TARDIS breaking out]]

** [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse We never did find out what happened to those photos Sally Sparrow gave to the Doctor in]] ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoNSS3E10Blink Blink]]''...
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** [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse We never did find out what happened to those photos Sally Sparrow gave to the Doctor in]] ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoNSS3E10Blink Blink]]''... [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E10Blink "Blink"]]...

* Everything the Doctor said about supernovas and molecules in ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E07TheRingsOfAkhaten The Rings of Akhaten]]''? He can see that. In each of her three (so far) different bodies, she's had the exact same set of molecules. She isn't just an IdenticalStranger to human senses, '''[[UpToEleven Time Lords]]''' can't tell the difference.
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* Everything the Doctor said about supernovas and molecules in ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E07TheRingsOfAkhaten The [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E7TheRingsOfAkhaten "The Rings of Akhaten]]''? Akhaten"]]? He can see that. In each of her three (so far) different bodies, she's had the exact same set of molecules. She isn't just an IdenticalStranger to human senses, '''[[UpToEleven Time Lords]]''' can't tell the difference.

[[WMG: The Doctor was lying when he said that the HADS was the reason the TARDIS disappeared at the beginning of "[[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS33E08ColdWar}} Cold War]]".]]
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[[WMG: The Doctor was lying when he said that the HADS was the reason the TARDIS disappeared at the beginning of "[[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS33E08ColdWar}} Cold War]]".[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E8ColdWar "Cold War"]].]]
19th May '14 10:30:30 PM MrThorfan64
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Well, a Clara anyway. Clara was splintered across time, making thousands of copies. Nobody said all the copies had to act the same. A handful of the Claras remembered who they were, and one of them turned out wrong. One Clara was stuck in a situation that gave her a sense of resentment towards the Doctor. I'm guessing this was the Doctor in one of his darker moments-my bet's on [[TheChessmaster Seven.]] The bitter Clara ended up joining the Papal Mainframe, and as the decades pass a combo of propaganda and [[MoreThanMindControl some persuasion by the Silence]] made her into Madame Kovarian.
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Well, a Clara anyway. Clara was splintered across time, making thousands of copies. Nobody said all the copies had to act the same. A handful of the Claras remembered who they were, and one of them turned out wrong. One Clara was stuck in a situation that gave her a sense of resentment towards the Doctor. I'm guessing this was the Doctor in one of his darker moments-my bet's on [[TheChessmaster Seven.]] The bitter Clara ended up joining the Papal Mainframe, and as the decades pass a combo of propaganda and [[MoreThanMindControl some persuasion by the Silence]] made her into Madame Kovarian.Kovarian. [[WMG: Clara Oswin Oswald will at some point be involved in a Bad Wolf-like event that scatters copies of herself across time and space.]] Probably in the season finale, or 50th Anniversary Special. * Bonus points if at some point two different versions of her meet each other. ** The trailer for The Name of the Doctor makes it look like she does so, despite River Song telling her not to. * Like City of Death with Scaroth, he became 12 beings. * [[spoiler: Confirmed.]] [[WMG: The Doctor had an encounter with Clara that he can't remember, which is ''very'' important.]] Both times before her death, she told him to ''remember''. Remember what, exactly? One could assume that some time before ''Asylum Of The Daleks'' he did something which was then erased from his mind, possibly intentionally. Ultimately, when he ''does'' remember it will end up saving the day. * The truth about Clara will be revealed in the upcoming Multi-Doctor episode, while a prior doctor is present. [[TimeyWimeyBall He will, in the future, "remember" whatever it is he's meant to remember, but due to time travel, he has not yet reached a point in any version of his timeline where a past version of himself has learned the truth about Clara.]] [[WMG: In a future Clara Episode, she will play a villain.]] An offshoot of the "new Clara for each episode 'till she dies and we rinse and repeat" theory, there will be a point where a Clara ends up being the antagonist, and the Doctor has to stop her. This would be an interesting challenge for the Doctor, because he still wants clues as to what is going on, and he has to wring them out of her before her inevitable defeat and the Doctor has to start looking again. [[WMG: ''The Doctor'' is to blame for Clara's mystery]] As seen in the Rings of Akhaten pre-title sequence, Clara Oswald had a normal upbringing with a normal family. However, the Doctor is concerned about the fact she may be Oswin and governess!Clara. So, what if the Doctor inadvertently does something to Clara, splitting her in time. That creates a StableTimeLoop. He ends up CAUSING the very mystery he's trying to solve! * Close enough [[spoiler: The Doctor's ''death'' was the reason that Clara chose to walk into a NegativeSpaceWedgie and end up as she is, to prevent a universe without him in it.]] [[WMG: The Claras from Asylum of the Daleks and The Snowmen are clones or split timeline versions of the Clara currently with the Doctor.]] * Basically, sometime in Present!Clara's future, she will be either cloned or divided into two people, and then her memories will be modified or erased. One will go to the future and end up dying as a Dalek, and one will go to the past and end up dying as a governess. Evidence? It's assumed that the three Claras are three separate people born in different time periods, but we only ever learn the past of the present-day Clara. In fact, quite a lot of emphasis is placed on her childhood, but none on the childhoods of the other two (which, admittedly, wouldn't have fit with the themes of their episodes, but is still relevant). Next, in The Bells of Saint John, Clara gives herself the nickname Oswin, which becomes her first name in the future, and her middle name in Victorian London. [[WMG: Clara was created specifically to save the Doctor]] * The trailer makes it sound like this. Two versions of her saved the Doctor elsewhere, she will save the Doctor on Trenzalore. * [[spoiler:Something like this. She scatters herself through time to save the Doctor.]] [[WMG: Clara is involved in a stable time loop]] [[WMG: Clara is connected to the Time War]] [[WMG: Clara is a previous friend or family member of the Doctor]] * Maybe she is from Gallifrey? * [[spoiler:She seems to have saved the Doctor on earlier occasions and convinced him which TARDIS to steal, so like an old friend.]] [[WMG: Clara is a member of the Blackadder Family]] Let's look at the facts: * She has the Blackadder black hair. * She has the Blackadder snark. * Though she never says the words, she had a cunning plan in ''Asylum'' which actually works for a change. * Most importantly, she appears virtually unchanged between at least three different time periods. * She knows someone named Nina in at least two incarnations. Her own Baldrick? Why doesn't she have the name? Possibly her father was the heir, but as a bastard didn't know his legacy. Or possibly her mother was the heir and took her husbands name when she married.
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